The main purpose of the exhibition is to give the possibilities to establish new business contacts and partner relations, to develop the cryogenic engineering and adopt the applied cryogenic technologies to the different branches of industry and medicine
The 8th International Specialized Exhibition “Cryogen-Expo” will be held on November 10-12, 2009 by the Exhibition Company “Mir-Expo” and under the auspices of the International Institute of Refrigeration, the International Academy of Refrigeration and the Ukrainian Association of Industrial Gases Manufacturers “UA-SIGMA”. It will be placed in the pavilion No 6 of the «EXPOCENTR» at Krasnaya Presnya in Moscow.
The main purpose of the exhibition is to give the possibilities to establish new business contacts and partner relations, to develop the cryogenic engineering and adopt the applied cryogenic technologies to the different branches of industry and medicine.
At the exhibition there are demonstrated the cryogenic, helium and cryo-thermo-vacuum equipment, low temperature and compressor units, micro-cryo-engineering products, storage and transport tanks, Auxiliary Equipment, Control Systems and Software and the technology processes and installations. The specialized Salon “Industrial Gases” is provided this year in the frames of the exhibition.
The following world famous companies will take part in the 8th exhibition: LINDE AG, CRYOGENMASH, AIR LIQUIDE JSC, FEROX A. S., International Group RARE GASES, ACD Cryo, VRV Group, GIPROKISLOROD, SIAD, Trade House SIBCRYOMARKET, VANZETTI ENGINEERING, HYDROGEN TECHNOLOGIES, URAL COMPRESSOR PLANT, CRYOSTAR, GRASYS CJSC, WITT Gasetechnik GmbH & Co KG, MONITORING VENTIL & FITTING Ltd, MONITORING LLC, TAYLOR WHARTON International, etc.
The 6th International practical-research conference “Cryogenic Technologies and Equipment. Prospects of Development” will be run during the exhibition. It will give the opportunity to highlight the ways of cryogenic technologies adoption, researches and prospects of development I the field of the cryogenic engineering.